Multi Gas Alarm, LPG & Carbon Monoxide
Why have two separate alarms when you can have one single unit that detects both LP and CO gases. Liquid petroleum (LP or Propane) and Carbon Monoxide gases can cause hazardous, sometimes deadly conditions. The sensor is designed to detect dangerous concentrations of gas and alert users to these unsafe situations. The sensor contains a protection conducting membrane, this generates a current in the presence of Carbon Monoxide (CO). The current is measured, processed and displayed on the alarm. This alarm uses chassis and battery power. It must be wired into the vehicles 12 Volt DC system and directly connected to the house battery through an appropriate fuse. A second wire allows for connection to an auxillary 12 Volt DC battery for additional protection.
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- The detector must be wired into the vehicles 12 Volt system using an appropriate fuse of 1A.
- Install the detector in the vicinity of potential gas leaks. These locations may include the cook top, oven, refridgerator or heater - install near sleeping areas
- Install the detector no more than 46cm off the floor, LPG gas is heavier than air and settles to the floor
- Install in areas where the detector is unobstructed to airflow, away from furniture, curtains and out of closets